2016 Cohort

2016-2017 Academic Year

Fall/Spring Semester Tuition & Fees

For less than 12 credit hours, please refer to the per credit hour section below.

Ohio Residents

Non-Ohio Residents

Special Purpose & Course Fees
Description Ohio & Non-Ohio Residents
College of Creative Arts (CCA)
Architecture, Interior Design, Music, Music Education, Music Performance
$50 per semester for students in these majors
College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) $400 per semester for students majoring within CEC
Farmer School of Business (FSB) $110 per credit hour for most business school courses
Health Insurance $1,722 annually unless waived

Other courses, such as labs, may include additional fees. Be sure to check the course information when registering.

Additional Estimated Expenses
Ohio Resident Non-Ohio Resident
Books and Supplies $1,240 $1,240
Personal Expenses $2,062 $2,062
Transportation $468 $1,300

* For 12 or more credit hours; for less than 12 credit hours see the Fall/Spring Semester Per Credit Hour information below.
** Amount based on weighted average and depends upon student options.
† You must provide proof of health insurance. If you are not covered by another policy, you must purchase the university-sponsored coverage.

Winter/Summer Term Per Credit Hour

Ohio Residents

Non-Ohio Residents

DescriptionOhio & Non-Ohio Residents
Special Purpose & Course Fees
Farmer School of Business (FSB) $110 per credit hour for most business school courses

Other courses, such as labs, may include additional fees. Be sure to check the course information when registering.

Fall/Spring Semester Per Credit Hour

Ohio Residents

Non-Ohio Residents

Special Purpose & Course Fees
Description Ohio & Non-Ohio Residents
College of Creative Arts (CCA)
Architecture, Interior Design, Music, Music Education, Music Performance
$50 per semester for students in these majors
College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) $33.25 per credit hour for students majoring within CEC
Farmer School of Business (FSB) $110 per credit hour for most business school courses

Other courses, such as labs, may include additional fees. Be sure to check the course information when registering.


The majority of Miami students receive financial assistance, which may be available via scholarships, grants, loans, work-study employment, or campus jobs.


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